Hate to be harsh, but this was terrible. The "sauce" tasted like Beef Stroganoff because of the cream of mushroom soup. I should have known better. Happy cooking!
I use flour tortillas when making this often-requested recipe, one of my husband's favorites. Method: Just before adding the heated sauce (soup, enchilada sauce, milk, & green chiles) to the browned meat, soften the flour tortillas by dipping each one into the sauce. This eliminates the need for frying in oil. For best results, increase the enchilada sauce to 15 ounces. Note: I make these enchiladas in a 13" electric skillet, not on the stove-top.
Deb's Recipes provided a great suggestion re dipping in sauce instead of oil.
Perhaps it was because I used reduced fat cream of mushroom soup, but I was a little dissapointed in the way these enchiladas turned out at first. BUT, the next day I had a left-over enchilada for lunch. These are like spaghetti; The left-overs taste better than the first time around!
I tried this recipe using my new electric skillet . It was just great ! I added some Ranch Beans to the cheese(did not use the olives)and it was enjoyed by everyone !! I will be making this again soon !
When I saw this in 'New Reviews', I thought it would be an excellent Saturday night supper, and it was. This was very much enjoyed by my family and I have some leftovers for my lunch on Monday. I made this exactly as written but I agree with Barb that some beans added to the cheese/olive filling would be nice and I'll try that next time. Thanks Barb :)
This was a very good dish. My entire family loved it. I didn't change anything. Just make sure that you strictly stick to frying the corn tortillas 3 seconds per side. It does matter! I use a omelet pan to fry in so I didn't have to dirty another full size skillet. A recommended dish!
Yum! This is so tasty and so easy. I did try to skip the step of dipping the tortillas in the hot oil and instead tried to microwave them to get them soft but that didn't work well. My fault. But, even though the rolls broke up, it tasted great! Reminds me of my Chicken Green Chili casserole. This is so simple! Thanks Barb!